It's been about 14 years since the dotcom bubble burst, and memories are short.
It is dead.
I've been reading that on Slashdot for over 15 years now.
Why should one private company have the right to unilaterally declare this kind of planned obsolescence?
Because they made it?
Oh sure, it could be some shadowy effort by the government to destroy bitcoin and its supporters. Or it could be that the government doesn't care about you at all and what you are seeing is the result of monumental incompetence on the part of the exchanges.
What am I missing?
An attention span.
Yeah, no. One is a company deciding of their own free will where to locate their business. The other is the government attempting to enact legally-sanctioned discrimination.
Yeah. Plus someday you'll be stuck trying to debug something remotely and all you'll have available is vi. Where's your IDE God now?
Copying others isn't a long -term business plan
Linux has been doing it for decades now.
they need to kill Metro
Why? Metro actually works fine on a small touch screen. Killing it would be retarded.
So you can't actually argue against what he said then?
No, there won't be an exodus. This is a non-issue and no one cares.
No, he's wrong. Look up why the 17th Amendment exists in the first place. These things don't just happen by accident.
You were doing so well right up until that 17th amendment thing.
Not much to worry about there. She'll never run again.
There is no law of evolution.
Sure there is: Species change over time. New ones develop from existing ones and some disappear.
UX research has given us Gnome 3, Unity, Metro. All universally despised.
Hey now. Metro is great... on a small touchscreen. It sucks on a desktop monitor.